Rush Responds To Obama’s Claim That Republicans Afraid Of Limbaugh
RUSH: So I got in here at the usual time after working very early this morning, late into last night on show prep and stuff, and at about ten o’clock I get an e-mail from Greta Van Susteren, and I thought, “No, no, no, no, I just did her show. She can’t be asking me back.” And it wasn’t that. Her e-mail was, “Man, oh, man, do you live rent free in Obama’s head.” And I said, “What’s this?” So I read further, and she just assumed that I knew what she was talking about, and I didn’t, but I keep scrolling her e-mail and she’d finally attached a Mediaite story in which President Obama, in an interview this morning on CNN with Chris Cuomo, once again blamed me for the gridlock in Washington.
I am the reason he can’t move his agenda forward, which of course is silly because he’s getting everything he wants. He blamed me again. I mean, it’s like a broken record. You know what I think is happening? I think that nobody’s listening to Obama anymore. I don’t think he commands nearly the attention or the interest that he did. So what he’s doing is going back to the greatest hits, kind of like if you’re at a radio station and losing audience, play the hits, you know, stop the New Age stuff and go play the hits. Well, he’s going back and he recycled this idea that the Republicans are not cooperating with him because they’re afraid of what I’m gonna say about them.